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k0tan
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RMS Relay on Linux

I am working to install RMS Gateway.  I'm using this URL: https://github.com/nwdigitalradio/n7nix/tree/master/rmsgw which speaks about CORE components, which refers to some other Linux distro, it seems.  I thought about installing RMS Gateway on an RPi2 w/ 96GB flash connected to a RocketM5+120°Sector on our mountain.  I don't expect much traffic, but is that Pi beefy enough?  I prefer Linux over damoldMScrap.

I have read Joe's comment on https://www.arednmesh.org/content/how-send-winlink-just-pc-and-mesh-node

I am using WinLink Express on my winders box.  Anybody know of a recipe to get us going with WinLink / AREDN email? 

TIA, Charlie KØTAN 

 

KB9OIV
PAT

I know for sure the open source linux program PAT will run on a pi and do peer to peer Winlink via it's web browser interface.  According to the docs, it also does RMS Relay, if that is what you need is called.  

I think there is a 'PAT' package in rpi repository.  See if that is useful?

 

KB9OIV
RMS Relay and RMS Gateway are

RMS Relay and RMS Gateway are not the same thing, but PAT still runs on a pi. :)

KB9OIV
https://github.com/la5nta/pat

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